No Man's Land
1918, the Last Year of the Great WarBook - 2002
From freezing infantrymen huddled in bloodied trenches on the frontlines to intricate political manoeuvring and tense strategy sessions in European capitals, John Toland tells of the unforgettable final year of World War I. As 1918 opened, the Allies and Central Powers remained locked in a desperate, bloody stalemate, despite the deaths of millions of soldiers over the previous three and a half years. The arrival of the Americans over there by the middle of the year turned the tide of war, resulting in an Allied victory in November.
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2002.
Branch Call Number: 940.3 TOLAND
Characteristics: xxii, 651 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.